Edition29 STRUCTURE Released for iPad

• June 12, 2011

I believe you’ve got Edition29 ARCHITECTURE on your Ipad, Edition29 has just released another new iPad app: Edition29 STRUCTURES. This new iPad magazine series focuses on incredibly interesting structures from around the world. This first issue includes interviews with noteworthy new architects such as Neil Denali and the HL23 in NYC. The highlight of this Issue are the two amazing short films by Associate Editor Vitor Gabriel from Portugal, one is the Paula Rego Museum by 2011 Pritzker Architecture Prize winner Eduardo Souto de Moura and the elevated pedestrian bridge by architect João Luís Carrilho Da Graça.

Let’s take 10 second look at all 123 pages of this issue.

+ Edition29 STRUCTURE for iPad

Edition29 team is offering a FREE TRIAL ISSUE of its latest publication, Edition29 STRUCTURES to celebrate its first record-breaking year of publishing on Apple’s amazing iPad.  Edition29 STRUCTURES Issue 001 lets the creators of great edifices tell us about their work through landscapes of great imagery. This Issue is in keeping with the Edition29 Architecture editorial Issues featuring modern structures from the far corners of the globe. In this Issue we take a look at Los Angeles architect Neil Denari and his condominium tower near the High Line in Manhattan. Wrapped in metal that was formed in Argentina and with glass shaped in China, this imported structure is an all American tale. Denari took a forgotten piece of unbuildable property and created a structure that cohabits with and strengthens its surroundings.

+ The app is available from iTunes store.

Edition29 Structure 1 Edition29 STRUCTURE Released for iPad

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Edition29 Structure 2 Edition29 STRUCTURE Released for iPad

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Edition29 Structure 3 Edition29 STRUCTURE Released for iPad

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Edition29 Structure 4 Edition29 STRUCTURE Released for iPad

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